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Jul 15, 2011 6:30pm EDT
, a big thank-you to the staff, without mean, this would not have been possible, as usual. thank you very much for all you did. [applause] let me just say, we have a lot of work to do. let's make hay with the sunshine. those involved in the press conference, could you please go immediately to grand ballroom be because we are late. [laughter] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] >> wrapping up this session of the national governors' association from salt lake city. we just heard from washington state governor, the chair for this summer's conference. we will have more events throughout the weekend. tomorrow afternoon o'clock 30, the session on remembering 9/11, protecting borders and communities. on sunday at 1:30, the closing session. you will also be able to find all the segments on line in their entirety at -- online in their entirety at c- it >> this weekend, live from salt lake city, the nation's governors look at the net the -- lessons of 9/11, and the featured speaker talks competitivenes
Jul 15, 2011 8:00pm EDT
, this is our home. water in rivers play a big role in the lives of many montanans. the mclean family ms. jamieson of the river ran through it, it was the big lack for further. for me and my family comments the yellowstone river. i grew up in billing 50 miles from the river banks of yellowstone herd as a boy, a salmon fish the river and spent time at a family and friends floating down in inner tubes and barbecuing on its banks. in fact, i lost a couple of high school and then drowning -- separate downy accidents that river. the thousands of other, the yellowstone is her family with her. the oil spill is a pretty big deal for us. we have questions. i find two buildings about every week and over the yellows are river. it provides so many good shots to her community, just like the river is a part of montana's culture, so is the energy. montana is a warehouse of energy options. we've got it all, wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, cool, biofuels. exceptions help us provide energy this country needs to end our addiction to foreign oil and create good paying jobs. the reason i point this out is
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